FLYING THE EARTH, an unpredictable spiral dance.
Daniell Alnuma, contemporary dancer and choreographer, has taken up the specialty of Darwishes tourneurs.
In her new creation, she deploys spirals as places of multiple points of view. It opens a world that brings together and then unfolds a multiplicity of other worlds. Because turning is a carrier of life and meaning.
To turn like the passing of time, in two ways, one that gathers all the past and the other that makes the moment pass to the next, to turn is that, to be and to become.
Turning is a multiplicity, like a wave crossed by a thousand other waves, a fluid, organic world, nostalgic for the idea of returning to one's mother, but also a researcher of a new land, of an out of world.
Turning is also, "turning around" or "turning in bed", or as an expression of an obsession.
Because there are two ways to turn, either to dig your grave or to save life by celebrating it.
In reality everything turns in the existence from the smallest to the greatest, turning to ascend to the highest sphere, to attenuate the feeling of heaviness, turning finally to exalt life.
"THE WORLD WORKS, WHY DOESN'T IT TURN - IT - NOT? "Arthur Rimbaud.